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Dec 4, 2013 9:00pm PST
, that's okay. the plant needs to know cold is coming, winter is coming, store energy. >> reporter: it is stored in the edible berry-like tips. >> well, for many of us around here, this is the first time you really had to turn on the furnace and heat around the house because it's been mild. wayne freedman has more from the north bay. >> how do we know when cold is too cold in the santa rosa home when the thermostat barely budges 50 because the they recall stat won't work. >> i'm hearing about it and the space heater only goes so far. >> reporter: maybe the busiest man. william powell of one hour heating and air conditioning. >> this is my fourth or fifth call today? >> reporter: normal? >> this time of year, yes, seven to eight calls a day. >> reporter: really? >> yes. >> reporter: are you done after this one? >> no, no, no, it's not dark yet. >> reporter: in down ton santa rosa a bright sun fooled no one or most anyway. >> it's fine, it's fine. really. >> reporter: unless you're an unfortunate soul facing a night on the street. the equivalent of working for a living. >> if you have no
Dec 9, 2013 9:00pm PST
year. paying for itself in 20 years. >> assuming that energy rates won't go up at all. i don't think that's a good assumption. i think energy costs are going to go up over the 20 years that we are going to save the payoff would be way shorter than 20 years. >> for those without solar there's always conservation and an extra blanket. heather, abc 7 news. >> i'm in hayward where another cold night. we are in the plaza shopping center and this walkway right behind me is where police found the body of a homeless man over the weeken weekend. autopsy will be done later this week but they believe he could be the latest victim of this brutal cold sna snap. this hayward shopping center court yard where a passerby made a grim early morning discovery. body of homeless man. police were called. >> when they arrived they discovered a 50-year-old male wearing only a hooded sweatshirt and shorts e-police believe he may have died from exposure to the brutal cold. frigid temperatures already claimed the lives of 4 homeless people in santa clara county. that's why outreach groups are doing all th
Dec 6, 2013 9:00pm PST
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